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Arlington Weekend Fun: April 29-May 8

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Arlington: Signature Theatre Presents ‘The Mystery of Love & Sex’

Signature Theatre stages unexpected love story of evolving friendship, finding one’s own path, and the value of family.

Signature Theatre in Shirlington is staging "The Mystery of Love & Sex" now through May 8. The story revolves around Charlotte and Jonny, complete opposites who have been best friends since they were children.

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Arlington: ‘Nice Work If You Can Get It’

The Arlington Players present prohibition-era musical with music by Gershwin.

The Arlington Players (TAP) is staging "Nice Work If You Can Get It" now through April 23 at the Thomas Jefferson Community Theatre in Arlington.

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Clarendon Farmer’s Market Season Opens

Encouraging healthier eating.

The Clarendon Farmer’s Market at Courthouse slipped into its summer season amidst the raindrops on Saturday, April 2. Chester Beahm has driven 60 miles from Rivington, Va. to open his cheese stand at 8 a.m. Fields of Grace Farm offers four aged cheeses, four flavored cheese curds, two flavors of mozzarella, feta and more.

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Arlington Snapshot: Easter Egg Hunt

Siblings with matching buckets, brightly-colored baskets and decorated sacks line up for the starting shout from Potomac Overlook Regional Park manager Roy Geiger on March 22. This is the first annual Easter Egg hunt, and 75 had signed up on-line by the 11 a.m. starting time.

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Arlington Weekend Fun: April 1-10

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Arlington Weekend Fun: March 25-April 3

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Arlington: Concert at Culpepper Garden

The Arlington Philharmonic’s Youth Chamber Music program, Crescendo, arrived on March 6 to play a concert of Tango, Pop and Jazz music in the Culpepper Garden Senior Center.

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Arlington Snapshot: At Gala

Five singers set the stage for Opera Nova’s production of “Treemonisha” in the fall with a gala fund-raising brunch on March 5 at the Washington Golf & Country Club in Arlington. The abbreviated Scott Joplin opera will be performed for as many as 3,500 school children in the fall at Thomas Jefferson Community Theater.

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Arlington Snapshot: ‘The True Adventures of Pinocchio’ To Open Thursday

“The True Adventures of Pinocchio,” the Yorktown spring production, will be staged March 10, 11, and 12 at 7 p.m., with an additional matinee at 2 p.m. on March 12. Tickets are $10 at the door and are available at yhstheatre.org/pinocchio. Premium tickets with reserved seating are $50 each, and there is a 6 p.m. pre-show dinner cafe for $10. On Saturday, March 12, there will be an ice cream social with the cast immediately following the matinee, at a cost of $3.

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Novel’s Authors To Sign ‘High Hand’ in Clarendon

Three writers create a political thriller.

It’s not often that an award-winning journalist, a world-renowned scientist and a retired senior government official come together to write a spy thriller.

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Arlington: Palette 22 Combines Working Art with International Flavors

Diners can watch art in progress.

Palette 22 at 4053 Campbell Ave. in Shirlington combines international street food with work stations for local artists where diners can watch art work in progress.

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Arlington Weekend Fun: Feb. 19-28

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Hula Girl Brings Taste of Hawaii to Shirlington

What started as a food truck has blossomed into a full-fledged restaurant giving Hawaiians – and Hawaiian food fans – a taste of home.

Northern Virginia is home to innumerable cuisines. Salvadoran, Korean, Vietnamese, Southern barbecue, Ethiopian … the list goes on and on. But there’s been a dearth of Hawaiian cuisine in the region — until Hula Girl’s grand opening in Shirlington changed that.

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Arlington: Mardi Gras Cooking with a Healthy Twist

Onion, green pepper and celery — “The Holy Trinity.”

"What do you think of when I say New Orleans?" Katy Strong, dietitian, nutritionist and Extension agent, asked her Mardi Gras Cooking class the question on the day before Fat Tuesday, the celebration of Mardi Gras before the traditional fasting of Lent begins. One voice says "spicy." Another offers "all those bands."

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